Storyteller's Word a Day 2 + 3 months of Word Tag Video Game
Storyteller's Word a Day 2 is a research-backed daily dose of rich, descriptive vocabulary for all aspects of storytelling. The flip book contains 180 storytelling words, including ones that appear on KS2 SATs, CATs, ISEB, and 11+, and is aligned to the national curriculum. Each page develops word understanding and awareness, with synonyms, word pairs, story starters, and more! Perfect for children ages 7-11 (Years 3-6).
Ships to the UK only.
|Spiral-bound hardcover||360 pages|
|Year of publication||2021|
|Product dimensions||22 x 25.4cm|
Step 1 Synonyms - Which other words have a similar meaning?
Step 2 Word data - How much of the fiction in our database uses the word?
Step 3 Story Starters - Get creative and think of a story for every word
Step 4 Etymology - Where does the word come from?
Step 5 Word pairs - What words usually go together?
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ANY PARENT GAMERS IN THE HOUSE?
You've all had the experience of wanting to unlock that next level, find the hidden Easter egg, snag the coolest, rarest gear. These same incentives lead to the invisible learning of vocabulary. The stars kids gather to reach higher levels, and the coins they use to buy cool swag, are only available once they've completed the word games!
We know that one exposure is simply not enough to really learn a word. That's why we've designed our books and games to be used together, unlocking a funner, richer way to boost vocabulary. Learn more.
Storyteller's Word a Day helps kids foster all-important word awareness. Each page features ways to use each word, including synonyms, word pairs, and examples of the word used in classic children’s books.
Loved by parents and teachers alike
"Amazing product, absolutely love this. Used first version to death, loving second issue. My sons vocabulary has widened extensively... we turn a page over each school morning at breakfast and sit discussing for a good 10 min."
Suzannah McGirr | Parent